DULUTH, Minn. — The discrimination and retaliation award for former women's hockey coach Shannon Miller who sued the University of Minnesota Duluth is growing.

A federal judge granted a motion Wednesday to award Miller an additional $460,000 in pay and future benefits, bringing her total award to about $4.2 million.

The legal decision comes after a federal jury last spring awarded Miller $3.7 million in past lost wages and benefits and emotional distress. The jury found UMD discriminated against Miller on the basis of gender and retaliated against her for making Title IX complaints regarding the disparity between the men's and women's hockey programs.   

Despite being among the most successful women's hockey coaches, UMD declined to renew Miller's contract in late 2014 after 16 seasons with the program. Miller later returned to coaching with the Canadian Women's Hockey League's Calgary Inferno.